Maryville native Ashley Hennegin won employee of the year for her work at Tri-County’s Mental Health Services, Kansas City. With over 100 employees, Tri-County assists more than 7,000 patients a year. Hennegin has worked for two years at Tri-County an is currently the intake and assessment manager. She also answers crisis calls from the community.
The Ed Phillips Memorial Rodeo was August 20 at the Ed Phillips Memorial Arena, Maryville.
The Maryville Parks and Recreation board heard a proposal from Northwest Missouri State Athletic Director Mel Tjeerdsma and Maryville City Manager Greg McDanel during its regular meeting on August 4. Tjeerdsma and McDanel presented a proposal for a partnership between Northwest, the city and MPR to support a five percent transient guest tax. The tax
After bowling and golfing for 41 years, Lou Fuller decided not to play on her bowling league team this year and will not play in the golf league next summer. Fuller began bowling when she was 55 years old, in 1961, at the Nodaway Lanes bowling alley. Her teams often competed in state tournaments. Fuller
St. Gregory’s hosted its second annual school nutrition program employee training at the school. Under current state regulations, all food service personnel must have six hours of continuing education every year. Thirty-four people from 12 schools attended the seminar. The program included knife skills training by Marci Behrens, Northwest Technical School, administrative review preparation by
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South Holt Nodaway-Holt 42 Worth County Northeast Nodaway 30
Mound City 44 Platte Valley 0
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By Kay Wilson One of the beauties of the news biz, there is never a dull moment. Getting bored is not a personnel issue here at the Nodaway News Leader. My column last week addressed the possiblity of saving the silo at Mozingo Lake Golf Course. It seemed to strike a nerve of several individuals